French antique and vintage living
A gorgeous piece of fabric dating from the 1960’s. Marcel Boussac was internationally known as the ‘King of Cotton’ in the 1930’s. He distinguished himself by his taste for innovation and originality and he participated in the foundation of Christian Dior.
This textile is called ‘Guirlandes’ and it has exactly that. There are beautiful blue ribbon stripes and blue cornflowers.
It is a medium weight so perfect for most projects.
Length 176cm, width 91cm
Large panel Boussac ‘Guirlandes’